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Hello and welcome to Daily Crunch on July 23, 2021. It’s been an interesting week for crypto believer. There was exciting news from Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey, who said that Bitcoin would be a “big part” of the company’s future. In his view, it is the “native currency” of the Internet. Worm? I would have preferred a more modern chain, but it’s just me. – Alex

TechCrunch Top 3

  • Indian IPO is once: After much selling and waiting, Zomato IPO flew to India and became effective. Shares of food delivery unicorn rose sharply, marking the successful flotation of growth-oriented unicorn. For other valuable Indian unicorns, it’s just about the best news you can imagine. Please give more.
  • Not too instant pepper: Lost between all Facebook and ticket ok k bruhaha is the fact that Snap is still raising its user base (some) and revenue standard (more). The company still consumes cash and has a large share of share-based return costs, but it has reported the type of growth that investors enjoy. Therefore, its shares rose.
  • China strikes at Adtech: The changing environment for startups and tech giants in China took a new turn this week when news came that the Chinese Communist Party could force the country’s tutoring companies into nonprofits. It hit many stocks, and, we believe, was a very bad day for the country’s big Adtech venture and startup ecosystem.

Start / VC

  • Creating Venmo for Paste and Nd Businesses: Want to send a block of cash as a company? The process can suck. Happily, Pestand raised 50 million for his work. TechCrunch Christine Hall The Daily Crunch said it made the rounds because the company “not only replaces business-to-business payments, but also uses blockchain technology as its engine.”
  • The former miner wants to be king: It is the first reading of the startup Monarch, founded by Well Agostino, who was the first minister on What does the king do? Help people manage their financial futures. Sure, other companies do it, but most of it is waste. Have you recently used a loyalty website?
  • Lucid Motors detects the weaknesses of the demoCressy: The EV company had to extend its voting deadline to approve its SPAC deal after not enough people voted. According to TechCrunch, “The swing happened on Thursday, when shareholders voted on all approvals except one proposal as part of the merger.” That particular thing needed more votes. Regardless, it now has votes and will come out in public.
  • And if you had to know What Duolingo does with an IPO, The equity team has you covered.

Susan Sue on how to grow as your initial each round increases

If you are methodical in your approach to building a large customer base, promoting sustainable growth is not difficult.

Marketers are less likely to succeed if the wind blows – or if they follow someone else’s idea of ​​the best system with their eyes.

“The key to great retention is really simple, not a mystery here,” said Susan Sue, a recent growth expert at TechCrunch: Marketing and fundraising.

“It’s creating a product that solves a real and especially persistent problem for people.”

In a conversation with managing editor Eric Alden, Sue focused on a number of issues, including how founders should discuss growth with their investors and its methods for developing a model of qualitative growth.

“I firmly believe that every founder should try his hand at growth,” Sue said.

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Big Tech Inc.

  • GM remembers Bolt. Again: If you own a 2017 to 2019-era bolt, it could catch fire. So you want to participate in the current recall. We hurried to add the first to happen after November 2020. Still the news side effects that EV Tech is coming to maturity, even if some of the efforts of such vehicles are riding in a conflict bus.
  • Tabula goes shopping: His S.P.A.C. Refreshing the combination of, Tabula announced that it was buying “Connectivity, a marketing technology company that runs a retail- and e-commerce mercer-centric advertising network” for million 800 million. You can do this more easily if you are in public. Buy things that are. Shares of the Eff online flow provider rose sharply in today’s trading.
  • People who use Tumblr still don’t hate that Tumblr wants the future: A few days ago the Daily Crunch was generally positive about Tumblr’s move to introduce the desired pave alls for producers. Why not put a respectable company towards the growing creative economy and help the devotees make some money? Well, users are pissed. It’s somewhat of a standard Internet glitch, but it can’t be less than that.

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Testimonial: “Jonathan was really changeable in his policygenius. Before its arrival, we were running a smart but vague marketing effort. Our messaging was inconsistent, and our approach to understanding the effectiveness of the channel was weaker than that. Jonathan brought a growth mentality to the team, and in a short time created a hyper-sensitive organization. “